3 September 2010


Kuala Lumpur- Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. (“P1”), Malaysia’s first and leading WiMAX telco continues to thank its customers by giving away Canon Powershot A3000.

P1 makes it a point to thank its customers through many different ways. From rewarding early subscribers with return flight tickets to Bali in 2008 to today, appreciation to good paymasters; P1 looks at every single way to thank customers.

Lim Tze Sin from Pulau Ketam, Selangor signed up P1 W1MAX Home Plus Package early this year. She walked away happily with the camera at P1 P@ddock in Petaling Jaya.
Pusparaagan A/L Bashkran from Kuchai Lama Kuala Lumpur, customer of P1 W1MAX since March 2010 collected his lucky camera from P1 P@ddock.
Shahrezan Bin K.P.S Sickander Masthan from Petaling Jaya, signed up P1 W1MAX Personal WIGGY 89 without contract taking away the lucky gift from P1 P@ddock.

About Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.

Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1) is Malaysia's first and leading WiMAX telecommunications company with the country's widest WiMAX network.

P1 W1MAX represents the first large-scale commercial deployment of mobile WiMAX in Southeast Asia, and the first large-scale deployment of an 802.16e 2.3GHz WiMAX network outside Korea.
P1's goal is to bridge the digital divide by making access to the internet universal, ubiquitous and affordable for every Malaysian. P1 hopes to play a major part in realizing the nation's goal - to have 50% broadband penetration by 2010.

In May 2010, P1 was awarded by the highly coveted Frost & Sullivan Malaysia Telecom Awards The Most Promising Service Provider of the Year.

P1 is the winner of the Red Herring Asia's Most Innovative Private Technology Company in 2008 and is listed in the Malaysia Book of Records as Malaysia's first WiMAX telco (August 2008). In 2009, P1 bagged the MSC Malaysia APICTA Best of Start-Up Companies award.

For more information on P1, visit

About WiMAX

WiMAX is an abbreviation of Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access by the WiMAX Forum. It is a standard-based technology enabling delivery of last mile wireless broadband access as an alternative to cable and DSL. It is expected to enable quad play (voice, video, internet and mobility). WiMAX enables deliverables of bandwidth between two points or between a point to multipoint to customer. The usage of WiMAX requires certain bandwidth of spectrum to be allocated to the service provider, in accordance to the channelling plan approved and published by MCMC.